Parco delle Piscine
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... about bringing Vegemite but I dismissed the idea and seriously did think I could go twelve weeks without it!
It sounds terrible and I do feel a little ashamed that I couldn't hold out three months without Vegemite especially since I would not say I was addicted to the 'black paste'. I certainly do not have it every morning at home, but it must be, that I know it's in the ...
... br> Lunch was great and cooked much lighter than in Australia. We ordered our favourite mains of lemon chicken, sweet and sour pork and fried rice However entree antipasto plate was a variety of little fried things, like spring rolls, so fresh, and lots of, "I don't know what", however with the accompanying dipping sauce, all tasted great!
The coatings on both the lemon chicken and sweet and sour were much lighter than they serve at ...
... Apart from my "grazie", after her gestures, like, capping up, indicating waiting time with her fingers, gesturing me to the wash area and back again, the blow dry, oh, and she did indicate by holding up the scissors and shaking her head, negatively, that no cut is needed, not a word!
So, this left me wondering. My wonderful hairdresser, Lauren, engages in conversation from the moment I walk in until I walk out....minimum 3 hours.
Mara, in ...
... it is raining, we drove to Bucine for the market. Unfortunately it was quite small and the rain wasn’t easy. We came back – had a coffee at the corner bar – which has WIFI! Then walked around to the marcelliria (butcher) for meat and cheese supplies – nice food. Next to the alimentary for fruit & veg and Craig also bought a little white tee shirt at 'Graziella’s’ boutique. At home we had a munchy lunch and later in the day we drove to ...
... whom was his mother. There was a ‘******’ American tourist dining there also! After lunch we climbed up to the top of the tower and saw great views of Orvieto. I must admit I was a little disappointed that the roofing tiles were brown. They are much prettier in terracotta red! Then a big walk around the town and a coffee. We were waiting for the shops to open at 4.30pm making it a long day but I did manage to buy some purple gloves, trendy ...